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.66 inches above normal for the month. now we are only trailing in the animal deficit by 1.5 inches. -- trailing the annual deficit. ocean city, 7.5 inches, all because of this massive area of low pressure swirling over the eastern half of the country. blizzard warnings continued in garrett county and the mountains of west virginia. below freezing in allegany and garrett county and the cool air is trying to get into the eastern part of the state. rain is possible and it could mix with a wet snow flake or two. the south breeze is bringing in the cooler air. the forecast for the tides around the bay, here are the times again. st. michael's at 6:00, havre de grace almost 11:00 tonight. the tides could be 5 feet above normal when it rolls in. there is a weather system coming in from the west. the futurecast shows this no winding down in the mountains as we go through thursday and finally clearing out with some sunshine for the end of the wakeek. right now the weekend looks decent and a little milder. >> as a result of hurricane sandy, hundreds of thousands of customers were left without
inches. for the year, we're over 28.6 inches, still 6 inches below normal. the rainfall deficit is gone to start to go away a bit. the futurecast is showing the heavy rain to the north. temperatures are chilly. it is unusual to talk about temperatures in the 40's with a hurricane, but that is the nature of this system. the northwest wind 30 to 40 miles an hour gradually shifting to the southwest. we could see gusts over 60 miles an hour over maryland as the storm gets closer. tomorrow, temperatures will hold steady. we will not see temperatures rise in tomorrow even though a tropical system is moving in. heavy rain in the morning paper into showers in the afternoon. it will be windy early on. that should diminish as it turns south. the wind still gusting over 40 miles an hour tomorrow. the 7-day forecast, we will finally crawled out from underneath sandy midday wednesday. showers could be heavy tomorrow. strong and damaging wind tomorrow morning. tapering off a bit in the afternoon. showers early in the morning on wednesday. mostly cloudy in the afternoon. sandy should be gone in time f
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